Visual Studio 2010 and .NET 4 will include support for a new language called F#. I must admit that you have to learn how to love F#, it’s not that often love at first sight, because you just can’t figure out what is going on. Even though I’m beginning to like F# more and more and who knows… I might even love it some time soon. Today I got the time to think a lot, during a drive to and from a customer of mine, about how it should be to implement my minimal WCF 4 Service using F#, and it turned out to be pretty straight forward. I think I’ll be trying to use more of F# later on.
Notice how I decided to use the F# function printfn to output text to the console instead of Console.WriteLine which I could have used if I’d liked to.